You might remember that trend from 2020 of a series of boats rolling down the coast decked out in “TRUMP 2020” flags or various other pro-Trump memorabilia, well it’s making a comeback.
Shockingly, Trump enthusiasts are still denying his defeat in the 2020 presidential election. To show their continued support for the twice-impeached former president, there will be another “MAGA boat parade” as well as a MAGA drag on the boardwalk.
It’s not entirely clear what the intent of these events are, but I’m sure they’ll really own the libraries this time around.
According to Shore News Networkthe events will take place on Saturday June 4th. One of the event’s partners will be the recently opened “Let’s Go Brandon” store in Toms River.
More information about this store here. This is the place to get your boat decorations if your “Make America Great Again” flags are looking a little torn from the election.
There are different starting points for the Boat Parade and the Car Parade starting between 9:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m., you can read the details here. Half of the boaters will go north towards Point Pleasant while the others will go south to the Manahawkin Bridge.
They will both have the same end point of Boatyard Causeway Marina (2200 East Bay Ave. in Manahawkin, New Jersey). The scheduled end time is noon.
According to the promotional material, the event will take place rain or shine, so you might want to make some “Let’s Go Brandon” ponchos to prepare yourself.
In an amazing moment of common sense, the event organizers ask you to obey all traffic rules. Please do so.
The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5’s Kylie Moore. All opinions expressed are those of Kylie. You can follow Kylie on instagram.
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